Historic Inns of Savannah

About Olde Harbour Inn on the Savannah River

Olde Harbour Inn Features:

•  24 Spacious Suites
•  Pet & Family Friendly
•  Located directly on River Street
•  Baggage Assistance & Bell Service
•  Complimentary Wine and Cheese Reception
•  Ice-Cream Treats (if you're not there, we'll leave it in your freezer!)
•  Complimentary Wi-Fi
•  Complimentary Blends' Coffee and lemonade in the lobby
•  In-room safes
•  Wet bar, microwave, coffee maker & refrigerator
•  2 robes in your room

Ideal For:

•  Pet-lovers 
•  Shopping & dining on River Street
•  Friends & family traveling together

Contact Us:

508 East Factors Walk
Savannah, Georgia 31401
Toll Free: 1-800-553-6533
Tel: (912) 234-4100
Innkeeper: Susan Powers

Located on River Street

Historic River Street is considered the must-see attraction for visitors to Savannah. Once the site of a bustling cotton industry, today's River Street consists of nine blocks of renovated warehouses housing restaurants, pubs, nightlife hot spots, shops and galleries. It's a great place to see the sights, eat the freshest seafood, purchase souvenirs, enjoy a cocktail, and watch the huge ships go by.  There's no better way to experience Savannah's famous River Street than staying in one of the spacious suites at Olde Harbour Inn.  

Located on River Street

Historic River Street is considered the must-see attraction for visitors to Savannah. Once the site of a bustling cotton industry, today's River Street consists of nine blocks of renovated warehouses housing restaurants, pubs, nightlife hot spots, shops and galleries. It's a great place to see the sights, eat the freshest seafood, purchase souvenirs, enjoy a cocktail, and watch the huge ships go by.  There's no better way to experience Savannah's famous River Street than staying in one of the spacious suites at Olde Harbour Inn.  

Emmett Park

Olde Harbour Inn's "Front Yard"

Emmet Park is a beautiful, tree-shaded park located on the bluff next to Bay Street, located essentially in the "front yard" of The Olde Harbour Inn.  Once known as the "Strand" and later as "Irish Green" because of its proximity to the Irish residents of Savannah's Old Fort neighborhood, this park was renamed in 1902 for the Irish patriot Robert Emmet (1778-1803) to commemorate the centennial of his death. Emmet, who led an unsuccessful Dublin uprising for Irish independence and was executed for treason, was a hero to Savannah's Irish community.

Emmett Park

Olde Harbour Inn's "Front Yard"

Emmet Park is a beautiful, tree-shaded park located on the bluff next to Bay Street, located essentially in the "front yard" of The Olde Harbour Inn.  Once known as the "Strand" and later as "Irish Green" because of its proximity to the Irish residents of Savannah's Old Fort neighborhood, this park was renamed in 1902 for the Irish patriot Robert Emmet (1778-1803) to commemorate the centennial of his death. Emmet, who led an unsuccessful Dublin uprising for Irish independence and was executed for treason, was a hero to Savannah's Irish community.

Historic Walls & Steps

Made of Ballastones & Cobblestones

In Savannah's early days, stone ramps that connect Bay Street with River Street were made of the English ballast stones that provided schooners added stability for their trips from Europe. When discarded, these stones were used in buildings and walkways, such as the walls, stairwells, and walkways you see today near Olde Harbour Inn.

Historic Walls & Steps

Made of Ballastones & Cobblestones

In Savannah's early days, stone ramps that connect Bay Street with River Street were made of the English ballast stones that provided schooners added stability for their trips from Europe. When discarded, these stones were used in buildings and walkways, such as the walls, stairwells, and walkways you see today near Olde Harbour Inn.

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